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Tasks to Complete as The Groom

When planning a wedding, the bride is usually seen as the focus of attention. From the creation of the wedding flowers to choosing a color scheme, the bride certainly makes herself very hands on. However, it is important to remember that the groom may not make as many decisions, but that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have tasks of his own to complete.

Are you aware of some tasks that you should complete as the groom on your big day?

Here at I Thee Wed, it’s our goal to create your wedding planning to be a breeze! That’s why we have gathered some of that tasks that should be completed by the groom the day of the wedding. If you are interested in discovering more, be sure to continue reading:

·         Don’t forget the rings! The wedding rings are such a big highlight within your wedding ceremony. They symbolize the never-ending circle that represents your never-ending marriage. So, would you want to forget them on your big day? No! As the groom, make sure that either you or your Best Man are secured with the rings, and that they are of course in a safe place, ready to go for your ceremony. Sometimes it’s the littlest elements that can be so easily forgotten.
·         Grooming. On your big day, you will surely want to look your best! Don’t forget to take part in proper grooming, to ensure that you are clean-cut and ready to go for your walk down the aisle. From shaving and trimming to making sure that no hair is out of place, and even making sure that you are ready for your first kiss with fresh breath, you will want to look up to par for your lovely lady.
·         The speech. As the groom, you may want to give a speech to your guests. From thanking them for attending your big day to relaying the excitement that you have for your nuptials, your words are sure to make quite an impact. However, if you are not prepared for your speech, you may not be up for the task. Take time to write you speech, and most importantly, be sure to take your written words with you. Writing down your speech to read will ensure that no meaningful words are forgotten.

Every wedding is important! And with these helpful tips, you can ensure that the little details don’t go missed. Here at I Thee Wed, we would love the opportunity to assist you in planning your big day. If you are seeking a greater Cincinnati, Ohio wedding planner, please contact us today for your consultation.


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